For all you barbecue lovers, the best investment I made was a wood pellet grill
The great thing about it, it has a thermostat so you can set the temp to smoke at 180 up to 225 degrees, you can bake grill or crank up the temp to 500. you do not have to watch the food set it and forget it.
Chicken is outstanding, ribs come out super. I did a brisket, which I smoked it 4 hrs then cranked the temp up to 450 to make it crispy.
I removed all the reflectors an put a porterhouse on grill grats with no flare ups what a steak
Entry level grill trager around 400 an the price goes up from there.